Beth Macy, PhD
Six Tuesdays, 7:30 - 9 pm
Oct 16 - Nov 27 (no class Nov 20)
$135 ($125 Jung Center members)
Expand your ability to listen deeply and learn how meaningful social change depends on changing our experience of communication. Einstein believed that theoretical physicist David Bohm had the genius and creativity to surpass relativity theory. Bohm's abiding desire for social transformation and his belief that politics and physics are inseparable led him to develop an interpersonal exploration process called "Dialogue." Bohm Dialogue uncovers the hidden patterns that drive group problems, allowing for deeper and more creative solutions to emerge. Using elements of Bohm's biography, reflections on his theoretical work, and film clips as guides, we will learn about and practice Bohm Dialogue.
Beth Macy, PhD, is an organizational consultant who has worked extensively in public and mental health as well as in large corporations. A student of Jung's work for many years, she focuses on the applications of archetypal patterns in coaching managers and in resolving work-place problems.